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Practice times – 10 May: Indy 500.

1. Dan Wheldon AGR Dallara-Honda 226.808mph
2. Scott Sharp Fernandez Panoz-Honda 226.609mph
3. Helio Castroneves Penkse Dallara-Toyota 226.062mph
4. Tony Kanaan AGR Dallara-Honda 225.629mph
5. Kosuke Matsuura SAFR Panoz-Honda 225.620mph
6. Dario Franchitti AGR Dallara-Honda 225.296mph
7. Ryan Briscoe Ganassi Panoz-Toyota 225.266mph T
8. Tomas Scheckter Panther Dallara-Chevrolet 225.189mph
9. Vitor Meira Rahal Panoz-Honda 224.172mph
10. Richie Hearn Sam Schmidt Panoz-Chevrolet 223.824mph
11. Danica Patrick Rahal Panoz-Honda 223.694mph
12. Buddy Lazier Bryd-Panther Dallara-Chevrolet 223.443mph
13. Bruno Junqueira Newman Haas Panoz-Honda 223.350mph
14. Darren Manning Ganassi Panoz-Toyota 223.110mph T
15. Buddy Rice Rahal Panoz-Honda 223.077mph
16. Bryan Herta AGR Dallara-Honda 223.022mph
17. Sam Hornish Jr Penske Dallara-Toyota 222.896mph
18. Sebastien Bourdais Newman Haas Panoz-Honda 222.345mph
19. Tomas Enge Panther Dallara-Chevrolet 221.276mph T
20. Alex Barron Cheever Dallara-Toyota 220.016mph
21. Patrick Carpentier Cheever Dallara-Toyota 219.693mph
22. Scott Dixon Ganassi Dallara-Toyota 219.601mph
23. AJ Foyt IV Foyt Dallara-Toyota 218.964mph
24. Roger Yasukawa Dreyer&Reinbold Dallara-Honda 218.387mph
25. Ed Carpenter Vision Dallara-Toyota 216.700mph
26. Adrian Fernandez Nunn Fernandez Panoz-Honda 184.140mph
27. Jeff Ward Vision Dallara-Toyota 96.467mph

Jeff Bucknum Dreyer&Reinbold Dallara-Honda No time
Paul Dana Hemelgarn Dallara-Toyota No time

T denotes best time set in spare car


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